The following information is a meteorological discussion of the potential for weather phenomenon to occur in and around central Ohio
as well as non-threatening expected weather conditions.
Probability Table for Central Ohio -MONDAY, JULY 14TH 2014.
|Thunderstorms||Tornado||Significant Tornado(EF2+)||Wind >58m/h||Hail >1"diam.||Winter Weather||Flash Flooding||Lightining|
|Very High- (100%)||Moderate - (25%)||Low - (5%)||Very High - (70%)||High - (60%)||None - (0%)||High - (80%)||Very High - (100%)|
Graphic - None for this forecast.
Severe weather continues to rule in the Ohio Valley the first two days of the week. MUCAPE is expected to reach 1500+ this afternoon with increasing low level flow as well as undirectional wind shear which will all be supportive of supercells, some splitting, with an attendant risk for damaging winds, large hail, and perhaps tornadoes.
MONDAY 7/14/14: Mostly Cloudy; High - (81-86) Low - (53-56) - Severe Thunderstorms Likely
(ALL TEMPERATURES IN DEGREES FAHRENHEIT)
NOTE: Counties defined as "Central Ohio" on this site include the following: Franklin, Delaware, Union, Madison, Licking, Marion, Knox, Morrow, Fairfield, Pickaway, Fayette, and nearby locations.